Politics over humanity as India witnesses farmer protests

Farmer Protests -2017 India received a normal rainfall in 2016 – three per cent less than the 100-year average – after reeling under severe drought for two successive years. As per the official figures of the Ministry of Agriculture and farmers’ welfare, 6.37 percent of a surge was noticed than last five years average production
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Aparna Prabhudesai (47) currently owns a firm which deals with training and organisational development.  Aparna said “I had been preparing for this summit for the last three-and-a-half years. Other than doing basic and advanced courses in mountaineering, I undertook various activities to build muscle strength, such as long-distance running, cycling, marathons etc,” She not only completed
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On Friday, 13th May, the 200th spacewalk at the International Space Station (ISS) was completed by two American astronauts. They faced an early glitch with the equipments that delayed and shortened the mission. According to a statement made by the US agency, NASA’s Peggy Whitson and Jack Fischer “successfully replaced a large avionics box that
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Fashion is an admired style or tradition, mainly in clothing & apparel, footwear and makeup accessories, or furniture. It is an idiosyncratic and frequently continuous inclination in the manner in which a person dresses and carries themselves. What is Trendy? It is the popular and widespread styles in conduct and the latest conception of fabric designers. Because the
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Fuchsia. Hear the name and a particular colour springs into our minds. But Google isn’t developing a colour but is developing an operating system with the same name, since August 2016! Information and codes about this mystery OS was found last year on GitHub and can be now seen on Google’s code depository. New operating
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Restriction on beef butcher according to the Article 48 of Constitution of India was already in practice before Modi government assumed responsibility. An aggregate of 24 Indian States and Union Territories takes this boycott religiously and sensibly. The move of Modi government on 26th May 2017 to force a prohibition on the offer of cows
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World Environment Day (WED) occurs on 5 June every year, and is the United Nation’s principal vehicle for encouraging worldwide awareness and action for the protection of our environment. This day celebrates the natural environment and allows a global platform to raise awareness on the environmental issues worldwide, with plans to mitigate these issues as
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In Bengaluru, gynecologists have come in touch with many cases where the childless couples seek some specifications from the egg donors or sperm donors.  The curious couples want to know the each and every single detail of the donor like religion, caste and education. Here are the 12 specific things every couple seeks to find
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Feminism indeed begins with women wanting to rout the fixed hierarchies of patriarchy. Women asking for their rights, sex based equality and referred to as humans before women. In the wild and young storm of twenty-first century, its western connotations and self-empowering generation of women, Indian Cinema has tried to develop for society- a mirror
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Francesco Totti, AS Roma’s most popular and well known player, played his final game for Roma, as his team won 3-2 against Genoa, securing the 2nd position in Serie A, the Italian League. Totti, aged 40, came on as a substitute for Mohamed Salah in the 54th minute and received a standing ovation from the
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